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The nation's central bank is once again leaving interest rates unchanged as it works to lower inflation. On Wednesday, the Federal Open Market Committee announced that it's holding its key interest rate benchmark steady in a range of 5.25% to 5.5%, continuing the pause that first began in September last year. The Summary of Economic Projections, released alongside the FOMC's interest rate decision, penciled in just one rate cut for 2024. "This housing-related inflation is directly driven by high interest rates: reducing rates will reduce the costs of renting, buying, and building housing, lowering Americans' single highest monthly expense," they wrote. "Lowering interest rates will likely also decrease the cost of auto insurance as well, which has risen due to factors completely unrelated to the cost of lending."
Persons: it's, Jerome Powell, We've, Powell, Elizabeth Warren, John Hickenlooper, Jacky Rosen, Brendan Boyle, Sen, Sheldon Whitehouse Organizations: Service, Federal, Market Committee, Business, Fed, European Central Bank Locations: Sens
Americans shouldn't expect interest rate cuts to head their way anytime soon. Related stories"It may be bad, partly, because it is driven in part by uncertainty and fear and high interest rates holding back activity," Pollak added. "And if I had to bet, I bet that we will get two rate cuts, one in September and one in December." Some Democratic lawmakers have been pushing the Fed to cut rates and give Americans some breathing room, especially after the European Central Bank cut rates earlier in June for the first time in five years. "The Fed's decision to keep interest rates highs continues to widen the rate gap between Europe and the U.S, as the lower interest rates could push the dollar higher, tightening financial conditions," they wrote, adding: "You have kept interest rates too high for too long: it is time to cut rates."
Persons: there's, Jerome Powell, Powell, Julia Pollak, ZipRecruiter, It's, Pollak, Nick Bunker, Joseph Briggs, Goldman Sachs, we're, David Kelly, Kelly, Elizabeth Warren, Jacky Rosen, John Hickenlooper Organizations: Service, Reserve, Business, North America, Morgan Asset Management, Democratic, European Central Bank Locations: United States, Amsterdam, Sens, Europe
Here are the primaries to keep an eye on:Nancy Mace, a Trump vice-presidential contender, will be on the ballot in South Carolina. Representative Nancy Mace, Republican of South Carolina, who is a contender to be Mr. Trump’s running mate, faces a primary opponent backed by former Speaker Kevin McCarthy, who opposes her because she voted to oust him from the speakership last year. The primary, in the state’s First Congressional District, comes just days after the House Ethics Committee started looking into Ms. Mace’s use of a congressional reimbursement program. Mr. Brown will face Jeff Gunter, a wealthy dermatologist who was Mr. Trump’s ambassador to Iceland, as well as Jim Marchant, who has supported Mr. Trump’s lie that the 2020 election was stolen from him, and a number of other minor candidates. Mr. Theriault has been endorsed by Mr. Trump, who urged his supporters on the eve of the election to back him.
Persons: Bill Johnson, Michael Rulli, Michael L, Donald J, Trump, Nancy Mace, Trump’s, Kevin McCarthy, Catherine Templeton, Nikki Haley, Templeton, Mace, Ms, Haley’s, MAGA, Jeff Duncan, William R, Timmons IV, State Representative Adam Morgan, Sam Brown, Brown’s, Jacky Rosen, Brown, Joe Lombardo, Jeff Gunter, Jim Marchant, Doug Burgum, Kelly Armstrong, Biden’s, Hunter, Tammy Miller, Burgum, Merrill Piepkorn, Jared Golden, State Representative Austin Theriault, State Representative Michael Soboleski, Mr . Theriault Organizations: Ohio’s Sixth Congressional District, Republican, Democratic, Trump, Congressional, Republican Party, District, Fourth, State Representative, Trump . Nevada Republicans, U.S, Senate, Army, Mr, North Dakota Republicans, Gov, Democrat, Maine Republicans, NASCAR Locations: South Carolina , Nevada , Maine, North Dakota, Ohio, South Carolina, Nevada, Trump, Iceland, Maine
Former President Donald J. Trump on Sunday said he was endorsing Sam Brown, the Army veteran who is leading the crowded Republican primary field in Nevada’s U.S. Senate race. “Sam Brown is a fearless American patriot,” Mr. Trump wrote in a post on his social media site, Truth Social, adding that Mr. Brown would “fight tirelessly” to protect the border and improve the economy. Mr. Trump’s opinion was the sole remaining question mark. Though he is campaigning as a strong supporter of the former president, Mr. Brown was late to formally back Mr. Trump’s bid for a second term, and his primary rivals sought to capitalize from the right. Jeff Gunter, a wealthy dermatologist and Mr. Trump’s ambassador to Iceland, staked out a position as a MAGA candidate, slamming Mr. Brown in television advertisements as he angled for a possible endorsement from Mr. Trump.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Sam Brown, “ Sam Brown, ” Mr, Brown, Brown’s, Jacky Rosen, Joe Lombardo, Trump’s, Jeff Gunter, MAGA Organizations: Army, Republican, Senate, Democratic Locations: Nevada’s U.S, American, Iceland
That changed on Thursday, when Mr. Brown appeared to address Mr. Gunter for the first time, at a private fund-raising event in Sparks, Nev., after Mr. Gunter accused him in ads and appearances of being disingenuous and not sufficiently pro-Trump. A group backing Mr. Brown’s campaign, the Duty First PAC, ran its first television ad this week since last year, a $322,000 reservation, according to the tracking firm AdImpact. Mr. Brown’s campaign declined to comment on Mr. Gunter. Mr. Trump made several posts seeming to express his approval for Mr. Brown on Truth Social, his social media platform, this month. Mr. Gunter said he was “running that place like clockwork,” and that the government report was “bogus.”
Persons: Nevada’s, Sam Brown, Jeff Gunter, Donald J, Trump, MAGA, Brown’s, Gunter, Brown, Mitch McConnell of, ” Mr, Jacky Rosen, Nev, Mr, Mike Berg, Gunter’s, Berg, Sam Brown’s, , Chuck Muth, Muth, he’s, California Democrat —, General Organizations: Republican, Senate, U.S . Army, National Republican Senatorial Committee, Trump, Democratic, The New York Times, Mr, , “ California Democrats, Tarrance, Truth, Brown, Texas State House, Nevada State Assembly, California Democrat, Democrat, CBS Locations: Iceland, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Afghanistan, Sparks, California, “ California, Las Vegas, Nevada, Dallas
In 1999, a Florida lawyer, Anuraag Singhal, represented a man convicted of gunning down a police officer. Singhal had to somehow persuade a jury that his client, Jeffrey Lee Weaver, should face life in prison rather than the electric chair, the punishment the hard-charging prosecutor sought. The article described tears rolling down his cheeks, and his voice breaking with emotion as he pleaded for Weaver’s life. A divided jury recommended life in prison. He would become active in conservative legal circles, joining the local chapter of the Federalist Society.
Persons: Anuraag, gunning, Singhal, Jeffrey Lee Weaver, Jeff Weaver, you’ll, ” Singhal, Donald Trump, Catherine Cortez Masto, Jacky Rosen, Joe Manchin Organizations: The Sun Sentinel, Federalist Society, Democratic Locations: Florida, Nevada, West Virginia
Some Nevada Republicans say the story demonstrates Brown’s deeper understanding of the complexities of reproductive healthcare in a state where voters guaranteed the right to abortion through a referendum. They also hope it illuminates a gray area that many Republican women feel extends beyond “yes” or “no” answers on abortion rights. She said Nevada Republicans have no desire to overturn the state’s existing protections, unlike in Republican-led states like Texas and South Carolina. She also hopes the Browns’ announcement helps move abortion access, largely a winning issue for Democrats, “off the table” in the Senate race. When left to the states, women in Texas facing the same circumstances today would not have the options his wife had in the state in 2008.
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On a Friday morning interview with Fox News, Trump criticized Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's handling of the economy, particularly regarding interest rates. "I think he's going to do something to probably help the Democrats, I think, if he lowers interest rates," Trump said, adding that "it looks to me like he's trying to lower interest rates for the sake of maybe getting people elected." While the committee's Summary of Economic Projections in December penciled in three interest rate cuts for this year, Powell said on Wednesday that it's highly unlikely those cuts will take place at the next meeting in March. The jobs data on Friday will support a decision to delay rate cuts until after March — the US economy beat expectations by adding 353,000 jobs. However, some Democratic lawmakers have been urging Powell to consider cutting interest rates sooner rather than later to give Americans financial relief.
Persons: Donald Trump's, Trump, Jerome Powell's, Powell, reappoint Powell, Elizabeth Warren, John Hickenlooper, Jacky Rosen, Sheldon Whitehouse Organizations: Service, Fox News, Federal
Evidence of a strong economy has so far been lost on a general public that still feels the pinch of inflation and worries about the uncertainty of life in 2024. Signs of a thaw in public opinion, but pessimism still dominatesA new CNN poll shows Biden still has a lot of convincing to do: Perception of the economy remains deep under water. However, if hiring remains strong and inflation keeps falling, it may become easier for Biden to convince voters he’s doing a good job strengthening the economy. CNN’s polling editor Ariel Edwards-Levy notes that about half the country, 48%, thinks the economy remains in a downturn. Their letter is proof that the fact of a strong economy is felt, if at all, in different ways.
Persons: Phil, Joe Biden’s, Biden, Donald Trump, , Trump, Ariel Edwards, Levy, that’s, Sen, Elizabeth Warren, ” Warren, Democratic Sens, John Hickenlooper, Jacky Rosen, Sheldon Whitehouse Organizations: CNN, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Trump, Federal, Fed, Democratic
In a Sunday letter to Fed Chair Powell, shared first with CNN, Warren expressed alarm at how “astronomical” mortgage rates have made a bad situation worse and urged Fed officials to start cutting borrowing costs. “We urge you to consider the effects of your interest rate decisions on the housing market and to reverse the troubling rate hikes that have put affordable housing out of reach for too many,” Warren and fellow Democratic Sens. John Hickenlooper, Jacky Rosen and Sheldon Whitehouse wrote. “Come on, Fed! Turn it around and drop those interest rates,” Warren told CNN’s Kate Bolduan on Monday.
Persons: Sen, Sherrod Brown, Powell, ” Brown, Brown, Elizabeth Warren, Warren, ” Warren, Democratic Sens, John Hickenlooper, Jacky Rosen, Sheldon Whitehouse, , CNN’s Kate Bolduan, Read Organizations: Banking, Fed, CNN, Democratic
Read previewThe nation's central bank is gearing up to make its first big decision of 2024 — and while it likely won't be the interest rate cut many Americans are hoping for, it's set to bring them closer to that relief. The Fed hinted at how many interest rate cuts Americans can expect this year in its December Summary of Economic Projections. New labor market data out this Friday will show how employment looked at the start of 2024, and some labor market experts already think 2024 will see a cooler job market . That continuing strength in the labor market does represent a slowdown from the hot post-pandemic recovery in 2022. "The Fed has already signaled its willingness to cut rates, and the market has responded accordingly," the lawmakers wrote.
Persons: , it's, Jerome Powell, Powell, Nick Bunker, would've, Greg McBride, David Kelly, Kelly, Elizabeth Warren, John Hickenlooper, Jacky Rosen, Sheldon Whitehouse Organizations: Service, Business, Federal, Federal Reserve, Spelman College, Labor Statistics, Fed, North America, Morgan Asset Management, Democratic Locations: Sens
Sen. Elizabeth Warren joined some of her colleagues in pushing for the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates. AdvertisementAs Americans grapple with high housing costs, a group of Democratic lawmakers is urging the Federal Reserve to implement relief as soon as possible. While rent costs have decreased slightly over the past few months, "high interest rates mean higher mortgage rates for landlords, who may pass off these costs in the form of rent hikes for their tenants," the Democrats wrote. Powell has previously acknowledged the impact of interest rate increases on housing costs. "The Fed has already signaled its willingness to cut rates, and the market has responded accordingly," the Democrats wrote.
Persons: Sen, Elizabeth Warren, , — John Hickenlooper, Jacky Rosen, Sheldon Whitehouse, Jerome Powell, Powell, they'll Organizations: Federal Reserve, Service, Democratic, Harvard's, for Housing Studies Locations: York
New York CNN —America has a housing affordability crisis and Elizabeth Warren blames Jerome Powell and his colleagues at the Federal Reserve. To fight inflation, the Fed spiked interest rates at the fastest pace since the early 1980s. However, the Fed’s war on inflation set off shockwaves in the housing market. The one-two punch of elevated borrowing costs and record-high home prices has made the housing market historically unaffordable. “High interest rates have aggravated the country’s crisis of housing access and affordability,” the Senate Democrats wrote.
Persons: Elizabeth Warren, Jerome Powell, Powell, Warren, ” Warren, Democratic Sens, John Hickenlooper, Jacky Rosen, Sheldon Whitehouse, Freddie Mac, , Tom Barkin didn’t, Organizations: New, New York CNN, Federal Reserve, CNN, Democratic, Democrats, Fed, National Association of Home Builders, Mortgage Bankers Association, National Association of Realtors, Richmond Fed Locations: New York, America, White
Reaction to Drone Strike on US Troops in Jordan
  + stars: | 2024-01-28 | by ( Jan. | At P.M. | )   time to read: +3 min
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three U.S. service members were killed and as many as 34 wounded, United States officials said on Sunday, after a drone attack in Jordan that they linked to Iranian-backed militants. REPUBLICAN FORMER PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP"The drone attack on a U.S. Military Installation in Jordan, killing 3 American service members, and wounding many more, marks a horrible day for America ... This brazen attack on the United States is yet another horrific and tragic consequence of Joe Biden's weakness and surrender." MITCH MCCONNELL, US SENATE REPUBLICAN LEADER"Last night, the cost of failure to deter America's adversaries was again measured in American lives. CHUCK SCHUMER, US SENATE DEMOCRATIC LEADER"We mourn the deaths of the three service members killed by a drone attack in Jordan from an Iran-backed militant group.
Persons: JOE BIDEN, DONALD TRUMP, Joe Biden's, LLOYD AUSTIN, MICHAEL MCCAUL, MITCH MCCONNELL, CHUCK SCHUMER, HAKEEM JEFFRIES, Jordan, ISRAEL KATZ, ROGER WICKER, Biden, JACKY ROSEN, Susan Heavey, Kanishka Singh, Emily Rose, Hatem Maher, Heather Timmons, Matthew Lewis, Lisa Shumaker Organizations: WASHINGTON, United, DEMOCRATIC, REPUBLICAN, U.S, America, HOUSE, DEMOCRAT ON Locations: United States, Jordan, Iranian, Israel, Gaza, Iran, U.S, REPUBLICAN, Egypt, Hashemite Kingdom
The Ely Shoshone, Duckwater Shoshone, and the Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation — a coalition representing about 1,500 enrolled tribal members — are lobbying the federal government to designate nearly 40 square miles (100 square kilometers) as Bahsahwahbee National Monument. He testified in a multi-decade legal battle alongside ranchers, local officials and environmental groups who all opposed the project by the Southern Nevada Water Authority. Protecting water for sacred trees is not something the agency had previously done, Sullivan said. Even if the land becomes a national monument, the water beneath Bahsahwahbee would remain under the state’s jurisdiction. The Southern Nevada Water Authority supports a monument designation that allows for the continuation of existing ranching and agricultural activities, said Bronson Mack, water authority spokesman.
Persons: ELY, — White, , Warren Graham, Mamie Swallow, Spilsbury, Charlene Pete’s, , ” Pete, Ely Shoshone, Alvin Marques, David Charlet, ” Charlet, Adam Sullivan, Sullivan, Neal Desai, Bahsahwahbee, Graham, Bronson Mack, Avi Kwa, Joe Biden, Catherine Cortez Masto, Jacky Rosen, Deb Haaland, Cortez Masto’s, Monte Sanford, Organizations: Rocky, Ely Shoshone, Southern Nevada Water Authority, College of Southern, Nevada Division of Water Resources, Southern, Southern Nevada Water, National Park Service, National Parks Conservation Association, National Register of Historic Places, Land Management, The Southern, The Southern Nevada Water Authority, Nevada Legislature, United, Associated Press, Walton Family Foundation, AP, Press, Lilly Endowment Inc Locations: Nev, Nevada, Ely, Duckwater Shoshone, , Bahsahwahbee, Vegas, College of Southern Nevada, Southern Nevada, The, The Southern Nevada, Arizona, U.S, United States
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A proposed high-speed passenger train between Las Vegas and Southern California got another boost on Tuesday with Biden administration approval to issue $2.5 billion in tax-exempt bonds for the $12 billion project. The announcement benefiting the Brightline West project followed a $3 billion U.S. Department of Transportation grant in December and government authorization in 2020 for the company to sell $1 billion in similar bonds. "We appreciate the confidence placed in us by DOT and are ready to get to work,” Brightline founder and Chairman Wes Edens said in a statement. The 218-mile (351-kilometer) Brightline West project aims to whisk passengers at 186 mph (300 kph) or more in electric trains on new tracks along the Interstate 15 corridor — cutting in half a four-hour freeway trip between Las Vegas and suburban San Bernardino County near Los Angeles. No date has been announced for work to start, but officials have said it might be operational by the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles in 2028.
Persons: Biden, , Wes Edens, Sen, Jacky Rosen Organizations: LAS VEGAS, . Department of Transportation, Brightline Holdings, Los Angeles . Planners, Nevada -, Nevada U.S, Democrat, Summer Locations: Las Vegas, Southern California, Florida, U.S, Miami, Orlando, San Bernardino County, Los Angeles, Nevada, Nevada - California, Congress
Sam Brown, whose backing in Washington, D.C., and formidable 2022 campaign have made him a fundraising juggernaut above the crowded primary field. “Don’t vote for Sam Brown. “Nevada Republicans are uniting behind Donald Trump and Sam Brown because they are the only conservative champions who can defeat Biden and Rosen in November.”Former U.S. The last GOP primary debate between Florida Gov. Two years ago, Brown was a longshot Senate candidate who criticized Republican front-runner Adam Laxalt for agreeing only to a pre-recorded debate instead of a live, prime-time broadcast.
Persons: Sam Brown, Brown, , , Bill Conrad, Brown’s, Donald Trump, Jacky Rosen, Biden, Rosen, Iceland Jeff Gunter, ” Gunter, Jim Marchant, Tony Grady, Stephanie Phillips, Ronda Kennedy, Ron DeSantis, Nikki Haley, Adam Laxalt, ” Brown, Mitch McConnell, Laxalt, Catherine Cortez Masto, Democratic Sen, ” Kennedy, ___ Stern, Stern Organizations: — Seven, Republican U.S, Washington , D.C, Army, , “ Nevada Republicans, ” Former U.S, Air Force, Florida Gov, Republicans, Republican, GOP, Democratic, Associated Press, America Statehouse News Initiative, America Locations: RENO, Nev, Nevada, Reno, Washington ,, U.S, Modesto , California, “ Nevada, ” Former, Iceland, Washington
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A planned high-speed rail line between Las Vegas and the Los Angeles area got a Biden administration pledge on Tuesday of $3 billion to help start laying track, Nevada elected officials said. But Rosen said electric-powered trains could be carrying passengers by the time Los Angeles hosts the Summer Olympics in 2028. “Connecting Las Vegas and Southern California by high-speed rail will create tens of thousands of good-paying union jobs, boost our Southern Nevada tourism economy, and finally help us cut down on I-15 traffic," Cortez Masto said Tuesday in a statement. Calls for a high-speed rail line whisking tourists through the Mojave Desert to Las Vegas date at least to 2001, said U.S. Rep. Dina Titus, a Democrat who represents the Las Vegas Strip. Other places where high-speed trains have been proposed include the 240 miles (386 kilometers) in Texas between Dallas and Houston, and a 500-mile (805-kilometer) system linking Los Angeles and San Francisco that has faced swelling costs, funding questions and other delays.
Persons: Sen, Jacky Rosen, Rosen, , ” Wes Edens, Joe Biden, Catherine Cortez Masto, Biden, Cortez Masto, Dina Titus Organizations: LAS VEGAS, Brightline, Angeles, Nevada -, U.S, Rep, Democrat, Las, Brightline Holdings Locations: Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Nevada, U.S, Florida, California, Victorville , California, San Bernardino County, Rancho Cucamonga, Nevada - California, Southern California, Southern Nevada, Florida's, Miami, Orlando, Texas, Dallas, Houston, San Francisco
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A federal grand jury has indicted a Las Vegas man arrested last month on suspicion of making antisemitic threats against U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen and her family, along with the family of another U.S. senator, according to court records. Rosen, a Democrat from Nevada, is Jewish and has maintained a vocal pro-Israel stance, including support for U.S. aid to Israel. Miller is also accused of threatening the family of another unnamed U.S. senator, according to court records. “Senator Rosen trusts the U.S. Attorney’s office and federal law enforcement to handle this matter.”Miller's trial is scheduled for January, and he is currently in custody.
Persons: Jacky Rosen, Rosen, John Miller, Miller, Biden, Organizations: LAS VEGAS, , U.S, Democrat, Associated Press, Defamation Locations: Las Vegas, Nevada, Israel
RENO, Nev. (AP) — A judge has struck down an effort to enshrine reproductive rights, including abortion, in Nevada’s constitution, as abortion rights advocates in the western swing state attempt to follow other states in putting the question before voters in 2024. If allowed to proceed, Nevadans for Reproductive Rights would need just over 100,000 signatures to get the issue on the ballot. Abortion rights up to 24 weeks are already codified into Nevada law through a 1990 referendum vote, where two-thirds of voters were in favor. In Nevada, reproductive rights were central to Democratic campaigns in the 2022 midterms. Lawmakers in Nevada’s Democratic-controlled legislature are attempting to get reproductive rights including abortion access in front of voters on the 2026 ballot.
Persons: , James T, Russell, ” Russell, “ I’ve, Charles Russell, Kenny Guinn, Donald Trump’s, Joe Biden’s, Bradley Schrager, Lindsay Harmon, ” Jason Guinasso, Roe, Wade, Democratic U.S . Sen, Jacky Rosen, ____ Stern, Stern Organizations: Reno, Republican Gov, Reproductive Rights, Nevada, Coalition, Parents, Reproductive, Nevada Supreme, PAC, Supreme, Democratic, Democratic U.S ., Lawmakers, Nevada’s Democratic, Assembly, Associated Press, America Statehouse News Initiative, America Locations: RENO, Nev, Nevada’s, Carson City, Nevada, U.S, Ohio, New York, Maryland, Missouri, Arizona
US House Easily Passes Bill to Harden Sanctions on Iranian Oil
  + stars: | 2023-11-03 | by ( Nov. | At P.M. | )   time to read: +2 min
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives easily passed a bill on Friday to bolster sanctions on Iranian oil in a strong bipartisan vote. The Stop Harboring Iranian Petroleum (SHIP) bill, which passed 342-69, would impose measures on foreign ports and refineries that process petroleum exported from Iran in violation of U.S. sanctions. The bill must be passed by the Senate and signed by President Joe Biden before becoming law. While Congress can pass sanctions legislation, such measures often come with national security waivers that allow presidents discretion in applying the law. Despite U.S. sanctions on Iranian oil over its nuclear program, its exports of crude are soaring.
Persons: Mike Lawler, Jared Moskowitz, Joe Biden, Marco Rubio, John Kennedy, Maggie Hassan, Jacky Rosen, Vortexa, Timothy Gardner, Richard Cowan, David Gregorio Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S . House, Iranian Petroleum, Republican, Senate, Democratic Locations: Iran, Israel, Tehran, China, Russia
US House easily passes bill to harden sanctions on Iranian oil
  + stars: | 2023-11-03 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
Iranian flag with stock graph and an oil pump jack miniature model are seen in this illustration taken October 9, 2023. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsWASHINGTON, Nov 3 (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives easily passed a bill on Friday to bolster sanctions on Iranian oil in a strong bipartisan vote. The Stop Harboring Iranian Petroleum (SHIP) bill, which passed 342-69, would impose measures on foreign ports and refineries that process petroleum exported from Iran in violation of U.S. sanctions. While Congress can pass sanctions legislation, such measures often come with national security waivers that allow presidents discretion in applying the law. Despite U.S. sanctions on Iranian oil over its nuclear program, its exports of crude are soaring.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Mike Lawler, Jared Moskowitz, Joe Biden, Marco Rubio, John Kennedy, Maggie Hassan, Jacky Rosen, Vortexa, Timothy Gardner, Richard Cowan, David Gregorio Our Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, U.S . House, Iranian Petroleum, Republican, Senate, Democratic, Thomson Locations: Iran, Israel, Tehran, China, Russia
Nevada man charged with threatening Jewish US senator
  + stars: | 2023-10-31 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
Greg Nash/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsWASHINGTON, Oct 31 (Reuters) - A Las Vegas man faces federal criminal charges after threatening to kill Democratic U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen, who is Jewish, in a series of messages to her office vowing to "finish what Hitler started," according to court documents and the Justice Department. Rosen's office on Tuesday confirmed she was the target of the threats, adding, "Threats against public officials should be taken seriously." Miller was charged with one count of threatening a federal official and faces a Nov. 13 court hearing following his arrest last week, the Justice Department said. In his messages, the Nevada man cited Israel's actions in its war with the militant group and threatened to "exterminate" the lawmaker, calling her "subhuman," the criminal complaint said.
Persons: Jacky Rosen, Greg Nash, Hitler, John Miller, Miller, Rosen, Susan Heavey, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: Senate Homeland Security, Governmental Affairs, Washington , D.C, Rights, Democratic U.S, Justice Department, Thomson Locations: Washington ,, Nevada, Israel, United States, Las Vegas
Eyes on the SenateCalifornia hosts a high-profile 2024 Senate race, as a crowded field vies to succeed the late Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein. Porter’s report showed her campaign collected $3.4 million and had amassed nearly $12 million in cash on hand by September 30. One of Sinema’s top challengers, Democratic Rep. Ruben Gallego, had a strong fundraising quarter by contrast. And in Pennsylvania, Democratic Sen. Bob Casey raised $3.2 million and had nearly $7.4 million on hand for another top race. Kim outraises MenendezFederal prosecutors last month lodged bribery-related charges against Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey, just days before the end of the fundraising quarter.
Persons: Donald Trump, Ron DeSantis, Mike Pence, South Carolina Sen, Tim Scott, Scott, DeSantis, meanwhile, Trump’s, Haley, Christie, Nikki Haley’s, Haley’s, Chris Christie, Democratic Sen, Dianne Feinstein, Adam Schiff, Schiff, Katie Porter, Barbara Lee, Porter’s, Lee, Sen, Laphonza Butler, Gavin Newsom, Kyrsten Sinema, Sinema, hasn’t, Ruben Gallego, Gallego, Kari Lake, Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb, West Virginia Sen, Joe Manchin, Jim Justice, Alex Mooney, Matt Dolan, Bernie Moreno –, Sherrod Brown, Dolan, Moreno, Brown, Tammy Baldwin, Jacky Rosen, Sam Brown, Debbie Stabenow’s, Elissa Slotkin, Slotkin, Hill Harper, Bob Casey, Republican Dave McCormick, McCormick, Kim outraises Menendez, Bob Menendez, Menendez, Andy Kim, Kim, George Santos, Santos, , Amy Walter, Curtis Hertel, Robert F, Kennedy Jr, Kennedy, Gavin de Becker, Trump Organizations: CNN, White, Florida Gov, White House, Trump, N2024D, GOP, PAC, South Carolina Gov, Former New Jersey Gov, Senate California, Democratic, Los, Democratic Gov, Democratic Party, Senate, Democratic Rep, Arizona Republicans, Pinal County Sheriff, West, Cleveland Guardians MLB, Republican, Bob Menendez of New, Republicans, Congressional District, RFK Jr, Associates Locations: Florida, Trump, South Carolina, Iowa, New Hampshire, Los Angeles, Arizona, Pinal County, Ohio, Cleveland, Wisconsin, Nevada, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Bob Menendez of, Bob Menendez of New Jersey, York, Long, Michigan’s, Democratic, California
Lawmakers React to the Hamas Attack on Israel
  + stars: | 2023-10-09 | by ( Kaia Hubbard | Oct. | At P.M. | )   time to read: +35 min
The Hamas terrorist attack on Israel is reprehensible. Israel is under heavy attack right now by Hamas and taking action to defend itself and its people. Israel has every right to defend itself.”Sen. Jon Tester, Montana Democrat“I strongly condemn the terrorist attacks launched by Hamas against our ally Israel. I will continue to closely monitor the situation.”Sen. Maggie Hassan, New Hampshire Democrat“Hamas’s terrorist attack on Israel is nothing short of horrifying. Israel has every right to defend itself from this unjust war.”Sen. Ron Wyden, Oregon Democrat“The terrorist attack on Israel is appalling.
Persons: Hakeem Jeffries, , Steve Scalise, ” Kevin McCarthy, ” Chuck Schumer, , Herzog –, ” Mitch McConnell, ” Tom Emmer, ” Katherine Clarke, ” Dick Durbin, ” John Thune, ” Sen, Debbie Stabenow, Michigan Democrat “, Israel, Amy Klobuchar, Mark Warner, Elizabeth Warren, Massachusetts Democrat “, Bernie Sanders, Cory Booker, Cory Booker , New Jersey Democrat “, Joe Manchin, West Virginia Democrat “, Tammy Baldwin, Wisconsin Democrat “, Gary Peters, Gary Peters , Michigan Democrat “, Catherine Cortez Masto, Brian Schatz, Hawaii Democrat “, Jeff Merkley, Oregon Democrat “, John Barrasso, Joni Ernst, Iowa Republican “, Sen, Shelley Moore Capito, West Virginia Republican “, Steve Daines, Montana Republican “, Mike Lee, Mike Crapo, Chuck Grassley, Tommy Tuberville, Katie Britt, Lisa Murkowski, Dan Sullivan, Kyrsten, Mark Kelly, John Boozman, Tom Cotton, Arkansas Republican “, Alex Padilla, Laphonza Butler, California Democrat “, today’s, Michael Bennet, Colorado Democrat “, John Hickenlooper, 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